## Dr. Wilson

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1. Write an example of an application of addition.

2. Write an example of an application of subtraction.

3. Write an example of an application of multiplication.

4. Restate #3 as an example of an application of division both ways.

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5. Linda worked 2 and 2/3 hours on Monday, 5 and 3/4 hours on Tuesday, and 3 and 5/8 hours on Wednesday, amd 2 and 3/5 hours on Thursday. How many hours did she work those four days?

6. 3/4 of a box of laundry detergent is enough to wash 15 loads. How many loads could be washed with the whole box?

7. A bowl holds 5 and 1/3 cups. If Carmen pours 3 and 3/4 cups of flour into the bowl, how much room is left in the bowl?

8. Hortencia rides her bike at 10 and 1/2 miles per hour. How far will she travel in 3 and 1/3 hours?

9. Prepare an addition, subtraction, and multiplication tables for single digit facts in base 8.

10. Do the following base eight problems.

11. Make an addition and multiplication table for clock arithmetic mod 8

12. Do the following problems in clock arithmetic mod 8, if possible. If not possible, state so.

 a) 5 + 7 b) 2 - 6 c) 4x5 d) 7/3 e) 5/4 f) 54

13. Express 7/9 as a decimal.

14. Express .375 as a fraction.

15. Express 4/25 as a decimal

16. Express .65853 (repeating) as a fraction

17. Compute to three places after the decimal point.